Late-Night Eats In DTPHX

by Fara Illich
Bars & Nightlife Business Development Deal Featured Food, Restaurants & Dining Music & Events Travel, Shopping & Leisure Fara Illich January 15, 2020

(Photo: Jill Richards)

In addition to year-round sports events, a fabulous live music scene and a diverse array of cultural events — late-night dining in Downtown Phoenix is alive, well and very, very tasty.

We’ve arranged restaurants by areas of downtown, so you can find a bite or brew near your hotel, apartment or favorite hangout spot. Whether you’re on Roosevelt Row or looking for somewhere to eat after a game at Talking Stick Resort Arena, we’ve got plenty of options to feed your cravings.

Bushel and Barrel at the Hyatt
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Minutes from Talking Stick Resort Arena and Chase Field

Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour

Kitchen closes: Tuesday-Saturday 2 a.m.
Details: 1 W. Jefferson Street / 602-340-1924
Tucked in the historic Luhrs Building, Bitter & Twisted serves world-class cocktails and tasty late-night eats, including smoky beef brisket tacos, a dumpling burger and sweet and tangy pork belly bites. Oh, and you have to get a bowl of the Hurricane Popcorn for the table!

Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen

Kitchen closes: Sunday-Thursday 11 p.m. / Friday-Saturday 2 a.m.
Details: 50 W. Jefferson Street / 480-719-5005
Beer, music and food is the heart and soul of Copper Blues, featuring 60-plus beers on tap, happy hour every day and gourmet grub like brick oven flatbread, root vegetable salad or a lobster roll.

Lucky Strike Lanes & Lounge

Kitchen closes: Sunday-Thursday 11 p.m. / Friday-Saturday 1 a.m.
Details: 50 W. Jefferson Street / 602-732-5490
A fun bowling alley in an upscale atmosphere featuring a full menu, two bars, DJs, pool tables and big screen TVs.

Near the Phoenix Convention Center

Hanny’s

Kitchen closes: 1 a.m.
Details: 40 N. First Street / 602-252-2285
Classic cocktails paired with delicious pizza, salads and sandwiches are available all night at this sophisticated, yet affordable bar and restaurant. Check out the historic building’s unique basement, too — if you’re brave.

Compass Arizona Grill

Kitchen closes: Monday-Sunday 11 p.m.
Details: 122 N. Second Street / 602-440-3166
A favorite date night destination in Downtown Phoenix, this revolving rooftop venue in the Hyatt Regency Phoenix is known for seasonal & regional New American meals.

The Kettle Black Kitchen & Pub

Kitchen closes: 12 a.m.
Details: 1 N. First Street / 602-651-1185
A laid back, food-centric gastropub committed to excellent service, food and drinks — featuring steak, pasta, salads, sandwiches and small plates.

A Short Scoot from Arizona State University Downtown

Cocina 10 at Crescent Ballroom

Kitchen closes: 12 a.m.
Details: 308 N. Second Avenue / 602-716-2222
A local favorite featuring a full bar with house-made cocktails and a killer Mexican-inspired menu, crafted by local food legends. Live music daily.

The Churchill

Kitchen closes: Varies by business. Friday-Saturday 2 a.m. 
901 N. First Street / info@thechurchill.com
An open-air food court made from shipping containers serving a variety of food and drinks. Try a tasty burger from Commander Hamburger, fresh pizza from Freak Brothers Pizza or tacos at Provecho.

Seamus McCaffrey’s

Kitchen closes: Sunday-Thursday 12 a.m. / Friday-Saturday 1 a.m.
Details: 18 W. Monroe Street / 602-253-6081
Offering food from the Emerald Isle like corned beef and cabbage, Irish stew, fish and chips, boxtys and a full selection of draft beers, single-malt scotch, Irish whiskey and bourbons.

Roosevelt Row & Beyond

Arizona Wilderness DTPHX

Kitchen closes: Monday-Thursday 12 a.m. / Friday-Saturday 1:30 a.m.
Details: 201 E. Roosevelt Street / 480-462-1836
A Roosevelt Row beer garden serving unique burgers and shareable snacks on a 6,000-square-foot patio (dogs welcome)!

The Dressing Room

Kitchen closes: Friday-Saturday 11 p.m.
Details: 220 E. Roosevelt Street / 602-777-0763
Global street food, craft cocktails and draft brews in an art-driven bar with two outdoor patios. Pro tip: Get the churro ice cream sandy, it’s the best. 

Gallo Blanco

Kitchen closes: Friday-Saturday 10:45 p.m.
Details: 928 E. Pierce Street / 602-327-0880
Mexican fare and imaginative cocktails in a Garfield District historic building. 

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